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A Guide of Common Core Shifts for Students and Parents. Shifts in the CCGPS. 6 Shifts in ELA/Literacy. 6 Shifts in Mathematics. Focus: learn more about fewer, key topics Build skills within and across grades Develop speed and accuracy Really know it. Really do it.

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A Guide of Common Core Shifts

for Students and Parents

shifts in the ccgps
Shifts in the CCGPS

6 Shifts in ELA/Literacy

6 Shifts in Mathematics

Focus: learn more about fewer, key topics

Build skills within and across grades

Develop speed and accuracy

Really know it. Really do it.

Use it in the real world

Think fast AND solve problems

  • Read as much non fiction as fiction
  • Learn about the world by reading
  • Read more challenging material closely
  • Discuss reading using evidence
  • Write non-fiction using evidence
  • Increase academic vocabulary
ela literacy shift 1 read as much non fiction as fiction
ELA/Literacy Shift 1:Read as much non-fiction as fiction

Student must…

Parents can…

Supply more non-fictions text

Read non-fiction texts aloud or with your child

Enjoy non-fiction text in front of your child

  • Read more non-fiction
  • Know the ways non-fiction can be organized
  • Enjoy and discuss the details of non-fiction
ela literacy shift 2 learn about the world by reading
ELA/Literacy Shift 2:Learn about the world by reading

Students must…

Parents can…

Provide series of texts on topics of interest

Find books that explain

Discuss non-fiction texts and the ideas within the text

  • Learn more Science and Social Studies through reading
  • Use “primary source” documents
  • Learn more by using texts
the more we read the more we can read
The more we read, the more we can read!
  • By age 3, children from affluent families have heard 30 million more words than children from parents living in poverty. (Hart and Risley, 1995).
  • Children who have larger vocabularies and greater understanding of spoken language do better in school (Whitehurst and Lonigan).
  • If children aren’t reading on grade level by third grade, they are four times more likely to leave high school without a diploma (Hernandez, 2011).
ela literacy shift 3 read more complex material carefully
ELA/Literacy Shift 3:Read more complex material carefully

Students must…

Provide more challenging texts AND provide text they WANT to read and can read comfortably

Know what is grade level appropriate

Read challenging text with them

Show that challenging text is worth reading and discussing

Parents can…

  • Re-read
  • Read material at comfort level AND work with more challenging text
  • Break down text to understand
  • Handle frustration with text and keep reading
ela literacy shift 4 discuss reading using evidence
ELA/Literacy Shift 4:Discuss reading using evidence

Students must…

Talk about text

Ask for evidence in every day discussions/ disagreements

Read aloud or read the same book and discuss with evidence to support conversation

Parents can…

  • Find evidence to support their arguments
  • Form judgments
  • Become experts through reading
  • Discuss what the author is trying to do with the text
ela literacy shift 5 writing from sources
ELA/Literacy Shift 5:Writing from Sources

Students must…

Parents can…

Encourage writing at home

Write “books” together and use evidence/details

  • Make arguments in writing using evidence
  • Compare multiple texts in writing
  • Practice writing well
ela literacy shift 6 academic vocabulary
ELA/Literacy Shift 6:Academic Vocabulary

Students must…

Parents can…

Read often and constantly with babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and children

Read multiple books about the same topic

Let your children see you reading

Talk to your children; Read to your children; Listen to your children; Sing with your children

  • Learn the words that they can use in college and career
  • Read more to develop a larger vocabulary

UNITED STATES HISTORY SINCE 1860 In fifth grade, students continue their formal study of United States history. As with fourth grade, the strands of history, geography, civics, and economics are fully integrated. Students study United States history beginning with the Civil War and continue to the present. The geography strand emphasizes the influence of geography on U. S. history. The civics strand emphasizes concepts and rights as outlined in amendments to the U. S. Constitution. The economics strand uses material from the historical strand to further understanding of economic concepts.

daily 3 for fifth grade
Daily 3(for fifth grade)
  • Read to Self
  • Word Work
  • Writing
additional common core resources
Additional Common Core Resources